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I want to get the manual for heavy duty timer


http://www.intermatic.com/~/media/Intermatic/Documentation/Timers/Appliance%20Timers/HB112.ashx

Dec 14, 2014 | Heavy Duty Hardware & Accessories

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I purchased a 1875 watts Timex Heavy Duty timer Model # 12-881 to connect to my 1200 watt water distiller. The timer is burned and has melted where the distiller was plugged in. We were furtunate...


Timex 12-881 timer has 3-prong outlet and is rated 15amp 1875 watts.

The timer melted because too much amperage was drawn across the connection and timer got hot.
Different things can cause this.
Phony rating, and/or mis-manufactured timer.
Defective timer.
If distiller has a motor, then it will draw more amps at start-up.
Timer is rated for incandescent light bulbs only.
Many timers say 1875 watts resistive, but instruction sheet will show 1000Watts incandescent and 1/4 HP horsepower.
Timer is plugged into extension cord.
Cheaply built product, not meant for constant use.
Timer outlet and distiller plug did not meet firmly, so connection heated up.
Turn off distiller before plugging into outlet so no spark is at the connection point.

I recommend appliance timer for operating appliances.
For example Intermatic HB 113 timer.
http://www.smarthome.com/25071/Intermatic-HB113C-120V-20A-Heavy-Duty-Mechanical-Appliance-Timer/p.aspx
Also heavy duty portable timer like Intermatic P1121
http://waterheatertimer.org/Intermatic-timers-and-manuals.html#appliance

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Sep 01, 2011 | Timex Heavy Duty Appliance Timer

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I bought timer model #402A. It says 1250 watts tungsten rated. Here is my question: I have a demhumifier that draws 1800 watts-can I use the timer and what does 1250watts tungsten mean? Thank you.


1250 watt tungsten: Tungsten is the tungsten filament in light bulb.
So 402A timer is rated for light bulb only and not dehumidifier motor load.
1800 watt dehumidifier will burn 402A timer, and could start a fire.
I suggest Intermatic heavy-duty appliance timer HB113C:
http://waterheatertimer.org/pdf/070-appliance-timers.pdf
http://www.smarthome.com/25071/Intermatic-HB113C-120V-20A-Heavy-Duty-Mechanical-Appliance-Timer/p.aspx

Jun 24, 2011 | Tork 402A 24 Hr Mechanical PlugIn Timer ...

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Had to change battery. Since I did this the day will scroll several times and will not let me set the day, nor the time, nor the mode. Is my unit toast ?? As it was working till I changed the battery.


Most digital timers suggest resetting as last-step effort to restore functionality.
This particular timer is reset by removing battery.
Try removing battery again. Otherwise it seems the timer has gone bad.
HB88RC is discontinued product.
Replacement is heavy-duty Intermatic HB800RCL 2-outlet or HB800RCH 1-outlet timer.
http://www.smarthome.com/25078/Intermatic-HB800RCL-Heavy-Duty-Digital-Appliance-Timer/p.aspx
http://www.smarthome.com/48715/Intermatic-HB800RCH-Outdoor-Digital-Timer/p.aspx

Less expensive and less reliable timer Woods 59403 with 1-outlet has quite a few 'timer won't work' questions on fixya.
http://www.amazon.com/Woods-59403-Heavy-Duty-Outdoor-Digital/dp/B002KS7EOK
http://waterheatertimer.org/Woods-timers-and-manuals.html#6-24

Jun 19, 2011 | Intermatic HB88RC - 7-Day Programmable...

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What is the HP capability of the intermatic TM12DOLB timer?


1 HP is max for 1875 watt timers on 120Volt circuit.
754 Watts per HP, but the motor start-winding takes much more initial wattage with a surge of high amperage and high heat.
http://waterheatertimer.org/Woods-timers-and-manuals.html#TM12

See general HP ratings for hardwire countdown timers
http://waterheatertimer.org/Countdown-timer-horsepower-ratings.html

I'm not sure that Intermatic makes that timer for Westek and Utilitec.
Since the timer is sold at Home Depot, I suspect GE is behind the design and manufacture.

Intermatic makes heavy duty portable pump-and-motor timers for 1HP application.
http://www.poolandspacontrols.com/products/portable%20outdoor%20timers/heavy%20duty%20outdoor%20timers.aspx

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I have Intermatic E1020C timer and it wont stop ticking


Timers like this are powered by a battery or ac power, the battery one is easy "yank it out", as for ac powered that's a bit harder and if you don't feel comfortable working with live electric stop here...
Now if your still with me, if it's ac it is powered from somewhere, if you can find a breaker that controls it that would be good. Shut off the breaker, disconnect the wires from the timer motor wire nut them then tape the wire nuts and turn the breaker back on, Your done...
Now if you cant find the breaker it's a lot harder, you will have to cut the wires "HOT" this means good high voltage cutters and one wire at a time, please don't touch the end of the wires or the metal part of the wire cutters. It can be done if your careful.
Same end result though, once cut wire nut and tape each wire before going on.

Good luck...
Tim

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